MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 330, 2020International Conference on Materials & Energy (ICOME’19)
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|Published online||01 December 2020|
Development of the Multifactor Computational Models of the Solid Propellants Combustion by Means of Data Science Methods. Propellant Combustion Genome Conception
1 Chuvash State University, 428015, Moskovsky pr., 15, Cheboksary, Russia.
2 Western-Caucasus Research Center, Tuapse, Russia.
3 Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.
4 Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The results of usage of data science methods, in particular artificial neural networks, for the creation of new multifactor computational models of the solid propellants (SP) combustion that solve the direct and inverse tasks are presented. The own analytical platform Loginom was used for the models creation. The models of combustion of double based SP with such nano additives as metals, metal oxides, termites were created by means of experimental data published in scientific literature. The goal function of the models were burning rate (direct tasks) as well as propellants composition (inverse tasks). The basis (script) of a creation of Data Warehouse of SP combustion was developed. The Data Warehouse can be supplemented by new experimental data and metadata in automated mode and serve as a basis for creating generalized combustion models of SP and thus the beginning of work in a new direction of combustion science, which the authors propose to call "Propellant Combustion Genome" (by analogy with a very famous Materials Genome Initiative, USA). "Propellant Combustion Genome" opens wide possibilities for accelerate the advanced propellants development Genome" opens wide possibilities for accelerate the advanced propellants development.
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